Over 2000 years ago, camel caravans, laden with incense and spices for Mediterranian ports, set out from Medain Saleh in the Hedjaz plain of Saudi Arabia, bound for the ancient capitol of Petra. These caravan traders–the "Nabateans"–carved huge tombs high in the rocky peaks of their land. Understanding their way of life, and divining the meaning and significance of their astonishing tombs, is the subject of recent archaeological work examined in this film.
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Length: 52 min.
Producer: Gedeon Programmes -- Valerie Grenon
Producer Web site: http://www.gedeonprogrammes.com
Distributor Web site: http://www.terranoa.com